Anthony Drmic joins the 1,000-point club
Ryan Watkins scored 15 points and Igor Hadziomerovic added 13
Australia could not complete another second-half rally and settles for silver
Igor Hadziomerovic played a tournament-high 21 minutes in the semifinal win
Australia advances to its first semifinal at the World University Games
SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Appeared in 29 games on the season, including 26 starts...averaged 5.2 points per game...scored in double figures in four games, including a season-high 15 points against Oakland (Nov. 13)...went a career-best 5-for-8 (.625) from the floor against Idaho (Dec. 20) en route to 10 points...career-high six rebounds - all defensive - against LSU, Dec. 14...registered another six-rebound game against New Orleans (Dec. 23)...season-high six assists against Seattle (Dec. 2)...had at least four assists in seven games...career-high two blocks against Fresno State (Jan. 23).
FRESHMAN (2011-12): Played in 15 games during his debut season with the Broncos, starting four...played in each of the first 10 games before suffering a foot injury in practice prior to the Denver game (Dec. 17), and returned to the line-up against Colorado State (Feb. 15)...start against Colorado Christian (Nov. 11) marked the first start by a Bronco freshman in a season-opener since Coby Karl in 2003-04...averaged 4.9 points and 1.5 rebounds on the season...scored a career-high 18 points against Cal State Northridge (Nov. 19), with 17 points coming in the second half...knocked down a career-best 5-of-7 (.714) from the 3-point line against the Matadors...also scored in double figures against Idaho State (10; Dec. 5)...season-high three steals against the Matadors...led the Broncos in the statistical category four times...season-high seven assists against Indiana State (Dec. 3) led the team...season-high five rebounds at LSU (Dec. 10) tied for the team high.
Scholarship holder at the Australian Institute of Sport...represented the Australian U19 National Team at the World Championships in Latvia in the summer of 2011...helped lead squad to a sixth-place finish, averaging 10.9 points per game...averaged 19 points on 52 percent shooting in 2011...added 5.3 rebounds and 2.3 steals per game...averaged 23 points and five assists per game for the Victoria State squad that won the U20 National Tournament.
MAJOR - Undeclared